Burt’s Bees Peach & Willowbark Deep Pore ScrubI love to try different facial scrubs. When I am finished with one product, I search the shelves of the natural beauty aisle for a new one to try. It keeps things interesting and helps me find the one that works for my skin.

This month I have been using Burt’s Bees Peach & Willowbark Deep Pore Scrub. I have found that scrubs are best for my skin because I love the grit that gets rid of dead skin. It makes my face feel smooth and helps give me a natural glow. I find that when my skin looks amazing I don’t want to use a lot of makeup, which makes getting ready in the morning super easy.

Burt’s Bees Peach & Willowbark Deep Pore Scrub uses ground peach pits as the scrub base. It smells pretty and peachy and the grit is ground very chunky. I find that if it was made of a finer peach stone it would make sloughing away dead skin mush easier. Instead the grain is spaced too far apart in the scrub and I feel it doesn’t cover my whole face. It also uses grapeseed oil, so after you wash it off you have a greasy residue. If you have dry skin, you may like this. I don’t mind it as long as I towel it off when I’m done.

It also has willowbark extract which contains natural Beta Hydroxy Acids, that works as a natural skin exfoliant to help unplug follicles and pores.

It’s not my favorite facial scrub, but I will use it I can’t find the one I like in stock. It’s a natural product that is pH balanced, sodium lauryl and laureth sulfate free, paraben free, phthalate free, and pretty cheap – selling for around $7. All big pluses when I search for a facial scrub.

Ingredients:
water, vitis vinifera (grape) seed oil, stearic acid, glycerin, prunus persica (peach) seed powder, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, sodium borate, fragrance, salix nigra (willow) bark extract, glucose, anthemis nobilis (chamomile) flower extract, hydrastis canadensis (golden seal) extract, zingiber officinale (ginger) root extract, fucus vesiculosus (bladderwrack) extract, xanthan gum, sucrose stearate, glucose oxidase, lactoperoxidase

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